How to Transfer Music From Itunes to Android Tablet?

This guide explains how to transfer music from your iTunes library to your Android tablet.

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Introduction

There are many ways to transfer music from iTunes to an Android tablet. One way is to use a USB cable to connect the two devices and then use the iTunes software to sync the music files. Another way is to use a third-party application to transfer the files wirelessly. And finally, you can also manually transfer the files by copying them from your computer to your tablet.

What you need

In order to transfer your music from your iTunes account to your Android tablet, you will need to have the following:
-A computer with iTunes installed
-An Android tablet with a USB cable
-The Google Play Music app installed on your tablet

If you do not have all three of these items, you will not be able to complete the music transfer.

Install Google Play Music Manager

If you want to transfer music from your iTunes library to your Android tablet, you’ll need to download and install the Google Play Music Manager app on your computer. Once it’s installed, launch the app and sign in with your Google account. Then, select the iTunes option from the drop-down menu and choose the folder where your iTunes library is stored. The app will then start uploading your music to the cloud.

Set up Google Play Music for Chrome

Assuming you have the latest version of Chrome, and have signed into your Google account in the browser:
1. Download and install the Google Play Music for Chrome app.
2. Open the app and click “Upload music”.
3. Select the tracks you wish to upload, then click “Open”.
4. Your files will now be uploaded to Google Play Music, and can be played back on any Android device with the app installed.

Set up Android File Transfer

Before you can transfer files between your computer and Android device, you must ensure that Android File Transfer is properly set up on your computer.

1. Connect your Android device to your computer using a USB cable.
2. If you see a pop-up asking if you want to allow USB debugging, tap OK.
3. On your computer, open the Android File Transfer app.
4. If prompted, unlock your Android device.
5. On your Android device, select the files you want to transfer from the list on the left side of the screen.
6. Tap Copy or Add to copy the selected files to your computer.

Transfer your iTunes library to your Android device

If you have an Android device and you want to transfer your iTunes library to it, there are a few different ways you can do it. You can use the built-in transferring tool in iTunes, you can use a third-party program, or you can manually transfer your files.

Each method has its own set of pros and cons, so it’s best to decide which one will work best for you based on your needs. Here’s a rundown of each method:

Built-in iTunes Transferring Tool
iTunes has a built-in tool that allows you to transfer files from your computer to your Android device. This method is simple and straightforward, but it has a few downsides.

For one, the built-in iTunes tool only works with music files—it doesn’t work with other types of files like photos or videos. And second, the tool doesn’t always work as reliably as some people would like—it can be buggy, and sometimes it doesn’t transfer all of the files correctly.

Third-Party Program
Alternatively, you can use a third-party program to transfer your iTunes files to your Android device. There are a number of different programs available (both free and paid), and they all work in different ways. Some programs require you to connect your Android device to your computer and then use the program to transfer the files, while others allow you to wirelessly sync your devices without ever having to connect them to your computer.

Which program you ultimately choose is up to you, but we recommend doing some research before making a decision—read some reviews and see what other people are saying about the different options before settling on one.

Manually Transferring Files
Finally, if you don’t mind getting a little bit technical, you can always manually transfer your iTunes files to your Android device. This method requires you to have both devices connected to the same Wi-Fi network and then use an app like AirDroid or FolderSync Lite to transfer the files over Wi-Fi.
It’s not the simplest method, but it is an option if none of the other methods seem right for you.

Connect your Android device to your computer

To get started, connect your Android device to your computer. Once it’s connected, you’ll need to launch the Android File Transfer app on your computer. Then, open the iTunes app on your computer and click on the Devices tab. Next, select your Android device from the list of devices and click the “Transfer” button. This will start transferring your music from iTunes to your Android device.

Open Android File Transfer

One of the best things about having an Android tablet is that you can easily transfer music from your iTunes library onto the device. This process is relatively simple, but there are a few things you need to keep in mind.

First, you’ll need to download and install Android File Transfer on your computer. This program will allow you to transfer files between your computer and Android tablet.

Once Android File Transfer is installed, open it up and connect your tablet to your computer via USB. Once the two are connected, you should see a list of folders on your tablet.

Find the “Music” folder and open it. Then, simply drag and drop the songs you want from your iTunes library into this folder. The songs will then be transferred onto your tablet!

Copy your music files into the Music folder

If you want to transfer music from your iTunes library to your Android tablet, you can use a USB cable or a microSD card.

To transfer music files using a USB cable, connect your Android tablet to your computer using a Micro USB to Standard USB cable. Once connected, open your Android tablet’s Music app. From the app’s main screen, tap the three dots in the upper-left corner, then tap “Settings.” On the Settings screen, tap “Storage.”

On the Storage screen, tap “Music.” This will open a folder on your computer containing your Android tablet’s music files. Next, open iTunes on your computer and go to the “Library” section. Select the music files you want to transfer and drag them into the Music folder on your computer. Once the transfer is complete, unplug your Android tablet from your computer.

Eject your Android device from your computer

Assuming that you have your music stored in iTunes, you’ll need to first eject your Android device from your computer. To do this, simply go to the ” Devices ” section in iTunes and click on the eject icon next to your device.

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